The Florida Courts Technology Commission has recognized Benchmark, Case Management System to be CAPS 4.0 Certified.
Pioneer Technology Group’s court case management system Benchmark has recently been certified by the Florida Courts Technology Commission (FCTC) for a CAPS 4.0 certification. In the state of Florida, for any vendor to seek the sale of their Court Application Processing System (CAPS) they must meet the stringent, evolving CAPS standards put forth by the FCTC. CAPS systems allow judges the ability to perform critical judicial case management tasks such as viewing cases and associated images, document workflow, calendaring, electronically signing documents, managing court dockets and much more.
Benchmark is a comprehensive court case management software for counties and municipalities of all sizes developed with the purpose of streamlining and automating many of a court’s day to day processes. Through real-time access to court services, e-signing, custom workflows, and its scan upfront system, Benchmark effectively removes the need for paper in the court room whilst simultaneously lowering court costs and increasing productivity.
Chris Stewart, Pioneer’s Executive Vice President had this to say: “The standards set forth by the FCTC optimize Florida’s courts to ensure a consistent court experience throughout the state. Pioneer is proud to not only meet these standards but provide our customers with the ultimate user and support experience”
The CAPS 4.0 Certification came after Pioneer took the steps forward to meet with the Florida Courts Technology Commission on May 3rd where it gave a successful demonstration of Benchmark. There the certification subcommittee would come to the conclusion that Benchmark met the standards needed to successfully classify as CAPS 4.0 and Pioneer as a verified provider of CAPS in the state of Florida. Pioneer is currently the only certified vendor in the State of Florida to offer a case management software, Benchmark, and a CAPS certified Judicial Viewer.